Latest news from Lancaster University Management School
Project to help marginalised groups enter world of entrepreneurship
Would-be entrepreneurs from marginalised backgrounds are developing their skills and expanding their horizons thanks to a programme developed at Lancaster.
Mobile Age project: making senior citizens benefit from open government data
Three-year, EU co-funded project to develop accessible and inclusive online public services for senior citizens.
Entrepreneurial student fundraisers raise over £2000
LUMS students have collected a grand total of £2,149.11 for a number of charities, raised through a series of entrepreneurial challenges.
Professor of Economics Geraint Johnes on situation after Brexit
Economist Geraint Johnes discusses the options which the UK faces after the EU Referendum on TRT World.Watch the video on Youtube
LUMS influence highlighted at Family Business SIG Paris Conference
A conference co-convened by a Lancaster Professor has highlighted LUMS’s influence in the European scene, he has said.
Management Science students work with BES Utilities to reduce energy costs
A group of Masters students have teamed up with a commercial energy supplier to undertake research aimed at reducing energy costs for customers.
MSc Finance rises to 30th in world rankings
Lancaster’s MSc Finance has risen 10 places to be ranked 30th in the world by the Financial Times.
How sauerkraut is leading a food revolution
Shoppers have had it with supermarket science and instead are embracing more holistic styles of eating, explains James Cronin.
New webinar series on sustainable cities unveiled
The Pentland Centre for Sustainability in Business will be hosting two webinars on urban resilience this summer, the first exploring how cities can help us achieve a +1.5C world.